Your T.V. may have a crystal-clear high-def screen, but if your vision is blurred due to age, glaucoma, or intraocular hypertension it might feel like you're still using rabbit ears. Some promising new supplements offer protection and possibly even improvement.
Europeans and the Japanese have long appreciated the idea of healthy skin from within, but the U.S. is just now picking up the nutricosmetic trend in mainstream markets. The back-to-nature movement has this category poised for rapid growth.
If you thought the Four Loko fiasco would do lasting damage to the energy drink category, think again. Innovators are looking beyond caffeine as consumers are getting tired of short-lived energy boosts.
The massive ad campaign behind Activia yogurt continues to buoy the entire digestive health category. Probiotics are the big beneficiaries, but there is a host of other ingredients whose demand curves are trending up.
Recently, a new organization that's yet to even formally announce itself made news for declaring its intention to define natural. The new group, called the Organic and Natural Health Association, plans to hold a series of meetings as part of a transparent process that engages consumers as well as industry....More
Avoke's Spoonables line of avocado-based smoothie bowls won Ganeden's first Probiotic Innovation Jumpstart contest, which includes $25,000 to support the product's launch. The two companies plan to launch the "ready-to-go" snack this fall....More